Lil Mo got here by The Breakfast Club alongside together with her husband Karl Dargan. Their chop up included quite a lot of matters together with her concern with Queen Naija and her ideas about R. Kelly. View the total clip after the bounce.
When requested in regards to the remarks she had made about Naija’s Soul Train Awards efficiency, Lil Mo had quite a bit to say. The remarks have been indicated the “mediocre” high quality of Queen’s vocal potential whereas additionally wishing her the very best in her profession. Mo has not modified her tune. The singer nonetheless thinks different artists may have carried out a greater job. She cites Naija’s social media reputation and her being “lightskinneded” as a number of the the explanation why she is favored over extra expert people.
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There was additionally point out of disrespect. According to Lil Mo, Queen and her workforce deal with individuals primarily based on standing: ” If they assume you are simply common, they will not converse.” Naija’s lack of reverence to her musical predecessors was additionally known as into query. “Since when is it okay to disrespect the legends and the OGs? There are some motherf*ckers that get on my nerves, however I do know that in the event that they got here first you present them respect,” Lil Mo commented. “Whoever [is] widespread assume they’ll speak loopy.”
When it involves R. Kelly and the resurfaced intercourse scandal, Lil Mo introduced up the truth that the problem of sexual abuse is prevalent within the trade. “They assume it is simply Robert however it’s not,” she said. “It will get to a degree once I say, ‘I ain’t see nothing.'” Her unwillingness to talk out isn’t solely due to the variety of instances she must cope with however quite due to the associates concerned. She defined that when you find yourself related to somebody “you experience” whatever the wrongs they might have carried out. The songstress additionally believes mother and father of R. Kelly’s alleged victims ought to be extra accountable.